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, you think? joining us now is chris hayes, host of the msnbc weekend morning show "up with chris hayes." he's the author of "twilight of the elites." thanks for being here. >> it's great to be here. >> i want to ask you about the obama care decision specifically. so, romney decided to run as the most anti-obama care guy in the whole world for most of the primaries. starting last month he started to shift to say, i'm actually glad to be known as the grandfather of this. this should be -- he's bringing it up unprompted. this is one of the ways i want you to know that i am a compassionate person that i did romney care in my state. conservatives used to be very upset whenever he did that. now they don't mind. is that smart on their part? >> yeah, it is smart on their part. it turns out "a" the bill is not as toxic as it was. >> at the national level. >> at the national level. "b," the underlying principle is popular. which conservatives lost sight of the fact that people like the idea of folks having health insurance. if they get hit by a stroke of bad luck. or they happen to have a bad di
'd like to become president. joining us is with chris hayes. host of "up with chris hayes." chris' book is called "twilight of the elites." chris, thanks you for being here. >> it's great to be here. >> the question that we will get to is the strategy of why now. we will get to that. but substantively mr. romney paid more in taxes than he owed in order to make a statement to abc news from earlier in the summer retroactively true about what he said his tax rate had been. >> here is my favorite part. this is a three act trilogy. act one is he makes this promise, which it's unclear if he could keep. act two is he pays an extra $225,000, which is a lot of money to people, to make that statement true. here's my favorite. he can file an amendment to the return after the election in which he claims that extra $1.6 deduction and get the money back. so the best part of it is that when he's done and if he has lost or even if he's won, he just goes back to the irs and says i'm amending my return. actually, i do want to take that full deduction on that money. >> the amazing thing will be if he wins
was off script while making those remarks. you think? joining me is chris hayes. thank you for being here. i want to ask you about the obama care decision specifically. so romney decided to run as the most anti-obama care guy in the whole world for most of the primaries. starting last month he started to shift and say i'm glad to be known as the grandfather of this. this is one of the ways i want you to know i was a compassionate person because i did romney care in my state. >> a, the bill is not as toxic as it was. >> at the national level. >> at the national level. >> b, the underlying principle is popular. conservatives lost sight of the fact that people like the idea of folks having health insurance if they get hit by a stroke of bad luck or they happen to have a bad disease. it was like they didn't like the bill because the bill played out in this very clujy way over 18 months but people liked the principle. so back about six weeks ago when andrea, the spokesperson, came out and praised the bill when they were responding to a priority usa ad about the guy who had been at bain factory
. welcome in. >>> good morning from new york. i'm sam cedar in for chris hayes. four soldiers fighting in afghanistan were killed in an overnight attack. afghan police are suspected of being involved make k it is second insider attack in two days. the departure of all family members ordered out due to rising security concerns. right now, my story of the week. how republicans are using the national crisis of poverty against president obama. at the values voter summit on friday, republican vice presidential candidate, paul ryan, whose budget was approved with aid to the poor respondsed to new figures showing that 46.2 million americans were living below the poverty line last year, a rate unchanged from the year before. still a rate not seen in this country for nearly 20 years. here is what ryan had to say about obama's record on poverty. >> the obama economic agenda failed not because it was stopped, but because it was passed. here is what we got. for long joblessness across the country. 23 million americans struggling to find work. family income in decline. 15% of americans living in po
that tomorrow, september 17th, is not only the one-year anniversary of up with chris hayes. it's also the one-year anniversary of the occupy movement. most notably, occupy wall street. you should know, while the occupy movement no longer captures the headlines with massive rallies the way it did a year ago, it's succeeded in changing national discovers. even republicans are talking about the 99% and the 1%. you should know that occupy and its offspring continue to draw attention not just to wall street but to specific issues that bring wall street into real people's lives. student loans, foreclosures, even public transit. and you should also know that the only way occupy has a chance to effect real change on these issues is if people participate. finally, you should know that lawyers for whistle blower bradley berk enfeld announced this week that the irs will award him $104 million for revealing what he and others at ubs did to help clients evade u.s. taxes. in a case which has ultimately made switzerland far less welcoming to u.s. tax evaders. his whistle blowing led to the collection of mor
. chris hayes joins us in just a moment. but first, one more thing. you want to know how bad the context was in which mitt romney made the decision he would rather talk about his tax returns today than anything else? consider this -- mr. romney did not just lose tim pawlenty from his campaign this week, look at the travel schedule this week of three three gieruys. chris christie this week was in iowa, which is not part of new jersey. rick santorum also this week, also in iowa. he's going to be back in iowa on monday. he's doing an iowa bus tour. on wednesday of next week where is bobby jindal, the governor of louisiana? not in louisiana. he's also going to iowa. when your own top tier surrogates are saying forget this guy, let's talk 2016 and me, then it is time to change the subject to anything, even to your tax return. and uterine cancers. i even wrote a play about that. my symptoms were a pain in my abdomen and periods that were heavier and longer than usual for me. if you have symptoms that last two weeks or longer, be brave, go to the doctor. ovarian and uterine cancers are gynecolo
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here about america's rapidly changing demographics. i know that chris hayes talks about this, but it was like when you saw black and brown people taking power, is this about demographics not being in the favor of the republican party, and rather than battling it out they will just suppress those voters. >> right, and you to back to to redistricting as well. the republicans gained control of several legislations in 2010. they redistricted themselves into power, and they pass laws that will keep them in power for a long time. in places like texas, for example, where they passed a very strict voter id law, that is a place where we see the changing demographics happening very quickly. there is a cramble to make sure they can hold on to their power in light of that. >> it feels to me, and part of the reason i wanted to tell that story is the suppression -- really, if we just walk through what we actually know, the path away seems very clear. then we have tursi saying this is about electing and allowing mitt romney to win the state of pennsylvania. is there any -- i just want to th
things... for real. ...that make a real difference. ♪ >>> good morning from new york. i'm chris hayes. a suicide bomber killed six and illinois congressman jesse jackson jr. has been released from the mayo clinic after being treated for depression. right now i'm joined by victoria defrancesco soto. democratic congressman jerrold nadler of new york coming back to the table fresh off his time in charlotte this week. john mcwwhorter. a columnist in the "new york daily news" and the legendary joe weisenthal also returning to the prak. on thursday a few hours before president obama was to give his speech accepting the democratic nomination for president he got a phone call informing him of the jobs number for the most o august. they weren't very good. the one month's numbers are often revised and debee what it was in 2000. it's easy to remember the pretty sitting and drafting the speech, thinking how to modulate the tone knowing what the jobs headlines would be the next day. ees ha to walk a fine line between hope and more regard. or maybe more accurately he had to thread them together. th
>>> good morning from new york. i'm chris hayes. in his weekly radio address president obama marked the second anniversary of the end of u.s. combat or operations in iraq and reminded americans of the, quote, still difficult work ahead of us in afghanistan. and more than 5,000 louisiana residents remain in emergency shelters as the remnants of isaac move north along the gulf coast. >>> but first my story of the week. america lost. this week the republican party gathered in tampa to tell a terrible and tragic tale of american decline. they couldn't quite say that explicitly, of course. this is the party of reagan and sunny optimism or so they'd like to present themselves. but you couldable help notice that the three days of speeches on the convention floor were an orgy of days gone by. the packaging for this message was an insist stent indication of american greatness. as rachel maddow's team covered it, almost every single speaker told a story of upward mobility usually taken from their own family's past, tracing the arc of the american dream that brought them to the podium. >> my d
. welcome in. >>> good morning from new york. i'm chris hayes. egyptian president morsi is heading to new york to head the u.n. meeting. it's taking place in june. libyan authorities announced late last night any armed groups not authorized by the state would be broken up. more on libya in a moment. right now, joining me today, we have the author of allah, liberty and love and director of the moral courage project, a great name for a center of study. >> you are smirking. >> no, i think it's great to say i just run a moral courage project. what do you do. >> thams frank, "t. the origins, of islam and add junt fellow on the foreign relations. it's great to have you all here. >> thank you. >> on friday, we saw a remarkable thing in libya. they turned them over to the government. at least 11 people were killed in the clashes. one of the militia groups the protesters drove from the base is blamed for the attack on benghazi that killed chris stevens and three other americans. the attack on the four americans was reported as part of a spontaneous mob reaction to a 14 minute anti-muslim trailer i
a subaru, a subaru. >>> good morning from new york. i'm sam seder in for chris hayes. a wisconsin judge has struck down part of scott walker's law. the ruling is expected to be appealed and in his weekly address this morning president obama said that ambassador chris stevens died a hero in two countries. more on the latest in the middle east in just a moment. right now i'm joined by heather hurlburt, executive director of the national security network and former speech writer for president bill clinton. re reza asian. phyllis bennis who directs the new barrier nationalism project at the institute for policy studies and zainab salbi founder of women for women international. it assists women survivors of war. the taliban are claiming responsibility for an attack on a british military base in afghanistan this morning that killed two u.s. marines. unlike previous attacks, this time the taliban says it was in response to the same anti-muslim film that set off a swell of violent protests in other parts of the region. libya, egypt, morocco, pakistan, algeria, kuwait, india, iraq just to name a few
's the membership effect of american express. >>> hello from new york. i'm chris hayes. new polls suggest the democratic national convention gave president obama is still growing bump. yesterday's gallup tracking poll put him at 49% to 45% against mitt romney. romney's problems gaining altitude are not just metaphorical. after campaigning yesterday in virginia, romney and his campaign had to find a flight home when the campaign plane was grounded due to technical problems. right now my story of the week, what the president didn't say in charlotte. this was, i think, my favorite moment in the president's speech on thursday night. >> my plan will continue to reduce the carbon pollution that is heating our planet because climate change is not a hoax. more droughts and floods and wildfires are not a joke. they are a threat to our children's future, and in this election you can do something about it. >> a-fricking-men i say. it was hardly mentioned at all save for three references. so it meant a lot to hear it from the president's own lips. but there's also something distressing in that line,
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colleague, chris hayes who has the show that precedes this one, up with chris, is the most tech savvy human being i can imagine with a television show. he tweets simultaneously while like top lining his staff, while doing the show. it's bizarro. >> instagram by the way on the breaks. >> this is the kind of chris hayes moment. i see the way that that allows these multiple levels of connection. but i keep thinking to myself, if that's possible, if one could host a show and talk to one's staff and talk to one's viewers, shouldn't we be able to register to vote online? are there ways to imagine harnessing this? >> yes, absolutely. in fact, the x factor is a client of ours at digital royalty. you can submit votes. we started accepting votes through direct message on twitter. the functionality is there. are the logistics and the security, those are all other different types of questions. >> i don't know if you're -- that it's not -- people will know who sent the vote. >> exactly. it's all about the unique and i.p. and everything. however, when it comes to voting in general and the presidential ca
, from new york, i'm chris hayes. u.s. special forces in afghanistan have suspended the training of new afghan recruits after a series of attacks by afghan soldiers with ties to insurgents. the new united nations envoy to sear urrenewed calls for the government to stop crackdown on bloody protesters there as the death toll surpassed 20,000. right now joining me today, van jones special adviser for jobs and co-founder of rebuild the dream. rose agular host of radio in san francisco and president of the center for american progress and my colleague john nickels, washington correspondent and associate editor of the "wisconsin capital times." great to have all of you guys here. we're looking at the state of the modern democratic party. interest groups that comprise the democratic coalition. for much of the last 80 years, one of the largest of those constinchancies is organized labor. providing the money and organizing power necessary it compete with the well funded gop. but the influence of organized labor within the democratic development has eroded within recent years. the latest example
's funny. i wasn't being funny, bob. i know. >>> good morning from new york. i'm chris hayes. with critics calling for u.n. ambassador susan rice to resign when they said the administration lied about who was behind the attacks in benghazi, libya, senator john kerry called for rice to stay on. the republican party has severed ties with a virginia based consulting group it has paid $3 million to this year alone. the group is being investigated for voter fraud in nine counties in florida. right now, my story of the week. the republican bubble trap. if you follow politics, you've probably noticed that polling of the presidential election has swung quite decidedly in the president's favor over the last couple of weeks. the real clear politics polling average now has obama up 4.1 points over mitt romney in national poles. nate silver's prediction model put barack obama's odds of winning the election above 80% for the first time ever. swing state polling just this week seems to confirm the trend. a new quinnipiac "new york times" cbs poll shows surprisingly strong leads for the president. the ga
to thank steve schmidt, al sharpton, ed schultz, chris hayes, lawrence o'donnell, everybody who helped us out tonight. we'll be back tomorrow night for the finale night of the democratic convention. as president obama and vice president biden will each take the stage. chris matthews is now picking up our coverage live from charlotte in just a moment. stay with us. felennnc ]re flre regenerbe time like in a special ops mission? you'd spot movement, gather intelligence with minimal collateral damage. but rather than neutralizing enemies in their sleep, you'd be targeting stocks to trade. well, that's what trade architect's heat maps do. they make you a trading assassin. trade architect. td ameritrade's empowering web-based trading platform. trade commission-free for 60 days, and we'll throw in up to $600 when you open an account. you walk into a conventional mattress store, it's really not about you. they say, "well, if you wanted a firm bed you can lie on one of those. we provide the exact individualization that your body needs. welcome to the sleep number store's biggest sale of the year
america's rapidly changing demographics, i know chris hayes talked about this on "up," it feels like the end of the last reconstruction whether you saw black and brown people beginning take power? is this about the fact that demographics are not in favor of the republican party and rather than battling it out to win votes, they will suppress voters. >> it definitely has a correlation, and you have to go back up to redistricting also. the republicans gain control of several legislatures in 2010, they redistrict themselves into power and then they start to pass these laws that will keep them in power for a long time. and in places like texas, for example, where they passed a very strict voter i.d. law, where you can vote if you have a gun license, but not if you have a college i.d., that's a place where we see changing dem dwrafices very quickly. there is this cram bell to make sure they can hold on to power in light of that. >> it feels to me -- part of the reason i wanted to tell that story is that there's kind of a discursive language here about suppression and trying to -- but, rea
in new york. i'm with ed shultz and reverend al sharpton and chris hayes as well as steve schmidt. our fence lawrence o'donnell will be joining us shortly as well. and leading our coverage from charlotte, north carolina, from the site of the democratic convention this year is our friend and colleague chris matthews and a lot of his friends who he is there with. chris, you're a very popular man in charlotte tonight. i've got to you if tonight is essentially afterglow from michelle obama's speech or is there a separate second night agenda for the democrats here leading up to the bill clinton speech? >> rachel, it looked for awhile there there were two versions of the democratic party. there was the clinton version and the barack obama version. that was a wrong perception a lot of us had. there are, in fact, two complimentary parts to the democratic party. the clinton part and the obama part. when they are together, it is a robust political party. when they are separated by division or bad feeling, they are not a strong political party. the clinton case has to come back for obama to win.
'm chris hayes. an afghan soldier killed a u.s. service member and contractor in afghanistan. it's the latest in insider attacks in the country. a former publisher and chairman of "the new york times" died last night. he took over the paper and led it for 34 years. we have jeffry, author of "the oath" a senior legalage cyst and staff writer at the new yorker magazine. barbara, director of the lawyers for civil rights. "america's unwritten constitution" he's professor of law at the yale law school. president for the alliance of justice system. it is wonderful to have you here. this week, we have two blockbuster political events on the calendar. the first presidential debate and the return of the supreme court to washington. they will hear arguments since the first time on the affordable care act. a start and fresh reminder of the power of the court. the court returns with a docket packed with high profile cases and others likely to be heard. it's strangely almost entirely absent from the presidential campaign. it becomes alarming when you look at the age of the justices. 76, 76, 7
me ask you something about chris hayes said about the structure, be that this is an effort to take inarguably the president's strong suit and the first lady shares in it, which is likeability, personal attractiveness, for lack of a better term, and to apply that asset to the liability of how he is seen to be handling the economy, the first lady trying to bridge that asset into that liability by saying, if you like him as a person you should know the things that you like about him as a person are what he is applying to the economy. do you think that's what she was trying to do and is that smart? >> well, i do. all presidential elections are values elections. in this case, if the president wins in this tough economy, it's going to be because he won the economic values argument and it seems -- there's one polling way to measure this, rachel. we show it. yes, mitt romney beats the president on who has better economic ideas but then you ask that question, who will be more likely to look out for the middle class? well, that's what michelle obama was testifying to. hey, look at -- let me
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